I share with you my last project Inhabited Time, a participative mural realiced at Merida Yucatán, at the Anthropology Museum Palacio Cantón.
"Tiempo habitado" is a generative process activated through participation.
The mural is determined by a constantly moving grid that suggests a graphic structure. The result is an emerging pattern derived from the intersection between time movement (projection) and human intervention through drawing.
The piece was open to public during 3 days, (21 hours), and intervened by proximately 200 visitors.
You can see the full project here:
OptoSono :: Arcángel Constantini
A sound instrument based on the principle of the optical sound of cinematography, the work of Norman McLaren, and Graham Bell.
Opto Sono is an analogous sequencer system that uses a pair of photocells and custom build preamplifiers that transform the luminance phenomena into electricity and this in sound, the transformed and amplified energy find unusual ways when making short circuits by means of corporal resistance.